Days after announcing it was the victim of a “sophisticated and aggressive malware attack,” Seyfarth Shaw is still dealing with the aftermath and expects to be working over the next several days to resolve it.
Seyfarth said Thursday afternoon it has “worked tirelessly the last few days” and will work through the weekend, expecting to have “full restoration of all of our critical systems by early next week.” When announcing the attack Monday, Seyfarth described it as ransomware.
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